[SciPy-user] Matlab IO -- can others with matlab test this bug?

Jonathan Hunt jjh@42quarks....
Wed Jul 30 09:16:33 CDT 2008

Hi Zachary,

I just tested your test with yesterdays SVN SciPy and both .mat files
load with no problems in MATLAB (R2008a) (with Python 2.5,
OS X 10.5.4). Perhaps Mathworks fixed the bug in there end if that's
where it is.

Hope that helps.

On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 12:00 AM, Zachary Pincus
<zachary.pincus@yale.edu> wrote:
>> This is no doubt a dumb question. But why it is not possible simply to
>> import the library in place (i.e no install necessary, just use the
>> python files as they are laid out in the SVN co directory). Is it
>> because of the C/Fortran files that need to be compiled?
> Yes, basically. Pure-python libraries can usually be imported in-place
> -- though sometimes, too-clever setup.py files can actually make it so
> the installed folder structure is different from the one in the source
> directory, and thus an in-place import will fail. (I think this is
> probably considered bad form though.)
> In the specific, limited case of the matlab IO sub-sub-library, it is
> indeed pure python and can be imported in-place -- this was one of my
> hackish suggestions for testing it.
> Zach
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